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In-Flight Seatback Screens May Be Going Extinct

Kiyoshi Ota  / Bloomberg

Images of the seatback screens on an Airbus A350 aircraft in 2017. U.S. carriers are split on whether single-aisle fleets need them, but all agree that better Wi-Fi means less need for seatback screens. Kiyoshi Ota / Bloomberg

Skift Take: U.S. carriers are split on whether single-aisle fleets need seatback screens. Consumer tastes are changing as in-flight Wi-Fi quality improves.

— Sean O’Neill

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